Shot down and taken prisoner of war on May 19, 1967, Captain Charlie Plumb spent the next 2,103 days (almost 6 years) in multiple communist prison camps. Captain Plumb tells his story and talks about the significance of forgiveness.
Eric Cole and Shannon Bell, from the National Cancer Institute, discuss leadership, then and now, and the concept of human capital workforce planning and training.
Dr. Mary Kelly discusses insightful and powerful leadership strategies that every team and team leader can take advantage of to be more successful.
In this episode, we discuss uncomplicated activities that you can do throughout the day, even while at your desk, to increase your energy level through the day and into the evening.
The Teamwork Advantage - Harry Paul, "The Fish Guy" Co-author of the Internationally Acclaimed Book “Fish”. Listen to the podcast here or on your favorite platform, or watch the video interview!
The Teamwork Advantage - Andre Collins, Leadership Tips from the NFL to the Boardroom. Listen to the podcast here or on your favorite platform, or watch the video interview!
There are two ways to motivate employees, extrinsically and intrinsically. Just as we all have different personalities, the things that motivate us are equally different.
If you could invest $28,000 developing effective teamwork in your organization and, in three years, see a return of $149,500, would you interested?
When leadership fails, the team fails and, when the team fails, it is usually due to a deviation in the organizational culture.
Teams can often appear to us in many different forms. Too often we think of sports teams, then we might think of office teams, pit crews in auto racing, Broadway show performers and the backstage crew. From time-to-time we think of Canadian Geese, or a pride of lions. I have yet to hear anyone come up with horses in reference to teamwork.